Balls, right square in the balls. I mean we need Sebastian Janawskaoskisiygski to kick the NCAA right smack in the balls. Kick them as hard as that mule legged dude can. How in the world does any of these make any sense. So Miami gets a slap on the wrist?! They throw the book and the bookends, and the book shelves, hell the entire library at USC and Penn St (and you can say they gave back Penn St some scholarships, still doesn't justified it or make it okay, Bill O'Brien could had walked away last season because of the NCAA sanctions and they are still bowl banned.)
Help me out here. Penn State gets bowl banned for four years because of a report some dude that doesn't work for the NCAA did. The NCAA didn't even fact check the thing, they just took that report and ran with it, okay. Then why can't they do the same with the work Dan Wetzel did for Yahoo? Here is a highly creditable reporter who does an amazing job showing the corruption that went on Miami that would had put SMU to shame. And yet, the NCAA goes to Miami to fact check and they fumble around like a virgin trying to have sex with a porn star, no idea what they are doing. I mean you had pictures of receipts and photos of all the improprieties that happened in South Beach, and the NCAA can only muster 9 scholarship reductions? Oh, but Miami bowl banned itself for two years. Big whoop, Reggie Bush got his rent paid and the NCAA went nuclear on USC, which they are still feeling to these day, yet Miami? They walk away from this pretty clean. So someone, explain to me why the NCAA can take Freeh report as the law, but can't take the work of well known, extremely highly reputable reporters?And lets not even talk about Johnny Money.
And its not just that. Why are we only going to have four teams for the playoffs? Why not just go ahead and do it right from the get go and get eight or ten teams in? Because it deludes the regular season? Really? We already proved that is a crock of shit when we got the bull crap that was LSU/Bama fake championship game. Look at the NFL, my Packers have loss two games already and I tune in every game, why? Cause they are still in it. Imagine you are Stanford, they have an extremely long shot of making it, yet fans are still going to want to watch them play. Imagine if now you told them they could play for the national title? Rantings would be even higher. The problem with college football is, they ask themselves, "why are we so popular" and not "how do we become more popular?" C'mon, get it right from the get go, this year it would had been awesome if we had 8 teams in a playoff pool. Imagine, Baylor/Texas Tech, Ohio State, Oregon, Bama, Mizzou/Auburn, UCF, Fresno state and Stanford/UCLA in a playoff pool, who damn awesome would that be?
Finally, could the members from the selection committee had been more underwhelming? I mean you can't get Jimmy Johnson? Terry Bradshaw? Bobby Bowden? Howard Schnellenberger? Hines Ward? I mean, all these people know football in and out. the Arkansas AD, Long is not going to be able to go toe to toe with Barry Alvarez on x's and o's, you know, shit that wins football games. NCAA you need a good kick on the balls, so maybe we can get your attention.